Nash County Communications released the 911 call made by the suspect in a Wednesday homicide in Sharpsburg.
Olabode Raphael Fashola, 16, reportedly called 911 either as he was killing his 13-year-old brother or shortly afterward, authorities said.
Officials altered the voices in the call, but the suspect can be heard saying, “I killed him. You need to come. You need to come quick. Please. Get here quick. Now. Now. Now.” A full recording of the call is available below.
Olabode Fashola has been charged with first-degree murder and is being held without bond in Nash County jail.
The brothers were at their Sharpsburg home alone when the incident occurred. Police have not released a motive for the beating death but said the boys were fighting.